The Mandalorian Fans Have Now Forgiven Baby Yoda For Eating Frog Lady’s Eggs

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It’s been revealed that The Mandalorian viewers have now forgiven Baby Yoda for having eaten Lady Frog’s eggs in the previous episode. This is after a deluge of people took to Twitter to claim that they have since forgiven Baby Yoda for his antics on the previous episode.

So, what happened was in The Mandalorian Season 2 Episode 2, Baby Yoda ended up eating a couple of Frog Lady’s eggs. People took this very seriously and there were genuine calls to have the toddler cancelled.

It was the most bizarre thing I’d ever seen online. People were trying to cancel an animatronic puppet of a baby version of Yoda. He was hungry, and it seems as though the following episode explained that pretty well to viewers.

Fans have forgiven Baby Yoda for eating Frog Lady’s eggs in The Mandalorian

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So, these are just a few tweets of the many out there in which people seemed to forgive Baby Yoda for what he did in the previous episode. Hopefully, they’ll understand that Baby Yoda is a baby, and he’s hungry, constantly – like all babies.

It’ll be interesting to see what happens with Baby Yoda, a.k.a. The Child, moving forward. The latest episode of The Mandalorian set up a meeting between Mando and Ahsoka Tano.

She’s one of the training Jedi (former Jedi) in the galaxy, and Mando is hoping that she’ll know what to do with Baby Yoda. It’ll be fascinating to see what she makes of the creature.

What do you make of this news? Were you surprised by how many people were upset by seeing Baby Yoda eating Frog Lady’s eggs in The Mandalorian? Let us know your thoughts in the comments below.

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